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Six terminals are available in Business Library in Uris Hall. Five terminals in room 601 Kravis Hall & Five terminals in room 626 Geffen Hall. Restricted to CBS students. There are also two terminals in Lehman Library, one terminal in the Journalism Library and two terminals in the Social Work Building-Center On Global Energy Policy .
Capital IQ All CBS students will get their Capital IQ account few weeks after the beginning of the semester start. There is no need to contact Watson Library for Capital IQ.
Available through WRDS, registration is required for WRDS. Large database of time series data covering stocks, bonds, commodities and economic data for numerous countries, along with company profiles.
Provides analytic tools and financial and economics data on public and private companies and their debt issues, private equity and venture capital firms and funds, macroeconomic series, global M&A deals, ownership details, and people data.
Available through the Business Library in URIS Hall and Manhattanville Library's workstations: Includes data on closed-end funds, equity ownership, exchange traded funds, hedge funds, market indexes, money market funds, offshore funds, open-end mutual funds, pension/life insurance funds, stocks, bonds, information on Global Private Equity Firm Executives and Owners, and directory of Global Private Equity Firms.
Data from more than 80 different government and non-government sources. Collection of more than 2,000 current and historical data series on popular topics of research interest. Discover, view, and export key information measures for the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Topics including: Agriculture, Crime and Law, Enforcement, Defense, Demographics, Economics, Education, Employment and Labor, Geography, Energy, and the Environment, Health and Medicine, Social Welfare, Taxes and Government Finance, Teaching and Education, Transportation.
Available through the Business Library in URIS Hall and Manhattanville Library's workstations: includes Global News Issues, Mergers and Acqusitions, VentureXpert and Global Public Issues;
Wharton Research Data Service (WRDS)
WRDS provides access to COMPUSTAT, CRSP, IBES, NYSE-TAQ, Bureau van Dijk (Amadeus and Osiris), Global Insight, OptionMetrics, Markit, RiskMetrics and more.